Becca and I packed up our bags and headed west to San Francisco, drove up to Eugene, and then to our final destination of Portland. It was such a blast and all three cities were amazing in their own ways. We ate so much food that we eventually forgot what it was like to be hungry. We saw so many friends that we almost never get to see. And on top of all that got to bask in the glorious west coast weather.
Last month I traveled to Connecticut for Mystic Seminars, I had never been to something like this before. Went in with no expectations, ended up making a handful of new friends, getting closer with old ones and having a great time. Oh and being cold, VERY VERY COLD. A big thank you to Walter for having us all to CT.
The whole Wolf family decided to take a trip to Martha’s Vineyard. Coming from Brooklyn, Long Island, DC, Florida, and of course Boston we all met up in Oak Bluffs and spent a few days relaxing and hanging out together. We happened to have picked the busiest weekend of the summer, Obama was in town, Illumination was that week and the Fireworks were at the end of the week. So the island was it bit packed. But I must admit, I had an amazing time none the less. It was a great mid-wedding season break. I returned to Boston feeling super refreshed and ready to get back to work. I can’t wait to one day go back to MV. If you look closely you’ll see a mix of different cameras in this post (iphone, x100s, and 5d mark 3) and you’ll also see me jumping off a bridge, so I obviously didn’t take that shot, shout out to my sister for snapping that one.
Oh also I brought the whole family Wolf shirts rather than some weird family reunion shirts. Possibly the greatest family portrait ever? I think so.
There is no doubt that Monday’s tragedy affected this city and the lives of everyone who calls it home, has visited, or cares about someone who lives here. Only three days later it still feels like a whirlwind of ups and downs. Staying glued to the news was killing me inside so instead of talking about Monday, let’s talk about Boston.
After high school, I moved here from Florida not knowing a single person. Six years later I have made this place my home and I truly could not be happier here. I love this city and I love the friends I have made here. I just wanted to share some of the love that I’ve been lucky enough to capture here over the years and remind those who are thinking of Boston that this city really is an incredible place.